Separation of church and state continues to be a point of friction
Separation of church and state, especially when it comes to religion and public schools, continues to be a point of friction between school officials, secularists and those parents and students who are religiously inclined.
Many parents and school officials are of the opinion that no form of religious expression is allowed within the public school systems.
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